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Biden on Trump, Covid-19: ‘More People May Die Because of Transition Delay’

first_imgHours before Mr. Biden’s remarks, Mr. Trump’s national security adviser, Robert C. O’Brien, went further than any other senior Trump official in a public forum when he said that Mr. Biden appeared to have won the election and pledged a smooth transition from his staff.“Look, if the Biden-Harris ticket is determined to be the winner — and obviously things look that way now — we’ll have a very professional transition from the National Security Council,” Mr. O’Brien said.Perhaps wary of the ire of a president who refuses to concede the obvious, however, even Mr. O’Brien spoke conditionally, falsely suggesting that the election’s outcome remains uncertain.- Advertisement – “If there is a new administration, they deserve some time to come in and implement their policies,” Mr. O’Brien said during a talk recorded last week and streamed on Monday as part of a conference hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.“And if we are in a situation where we are not going into a Trump second term, which I think people where I’m sitting in the White House would like to see, if it’s another outcome, it will be a professional transition — there’s no question about it,” he added.Jim Tankersley and Alan Rappeport contributed reporting.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –center_img Mr. Biden’s comments came as governors across the country have begun issuing tough new restrictions on businesses, schools, bars and sports venues in an effort to slow the spread of the virus, prompting an increasingly aggressive backlash from Republicans, including some of Mr. Trump’s advisers.In Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s decision to shut down casinos, movie theaters and indoor dining — and to halt in-person learning at high schools and colleges — for three weeks prompted Republican lawmakers to call for her impeachment. She said the remarks by Dr. Atlas were “irresponsible” and left her breathless.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Modern design with ‘edgy elements’ in Scarborough

first_imgThe kitchen and dining area at 32 Dunns Tce, Scarborough.“The minute you open the front door your eyes are taken straight across the kitchen, lounge and dining area, and you notice this huge expanse of height, due to the cantilevered ceiling. “It allows so much light into the space and it gives a dramatic sense of space and design.”More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The layout of the home means all the living areas and the master bedroom are on the ground floor. A media room is tucked away at the front of the home and the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area flows out to the back patio. The home at 32 Dunns Tce, Scarborough.THIS  contemporary executive home is new to the market in Scarborough. The property at 32 Dunns Tce is within strolling distance of Queens Beach. It is the work of small residential developer SixBuilt. Rachel Eglington from SixBuilt said when it came to the design for the house, they opted for an open-plan layout with plenty of natural light, multiple living areas and four bedrooms. “We wanted to create a modern building with a few edgy elements to give the area an alternate option to the current house designs available,” she said. The floorplan of 32 Dunns Tce, Scarborough. The front balcony at 32 Dunns Tce, Scarborough.“The home would suit a family with teenagers or slightly older children, executives and older couples that want a single floor style of living, with extra bedrooms upstairs for visitors, children or grandchildren.” The property is being marketed by Stephan Siegfried and Johanne Fenton of One Agency Redcliffe for $869,000. One of the bedrooms at 32 Dunns Tce, Scarborough.The kitchen has an island bench, stone countertops, stainless-steel appliances and pendant lighting. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe, ensuite and patio access. Upstairs, the three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and two have access to the balcony. “The whole house has great use of natural light and well-designed spaces, and is in an excellent location — it’s close to the beach, shops, restaurants and fabulous proximity to schools,” Ms Eglington said. last_img read more

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Chelsea looking to keep pace with EPL leaders

first_imgThe Blues are currently in fifth place and four points behind City.First up at 1.30pm Everton will be without the Republic of Ireland’s James McCarthy for the visit of West Ham to Goodison Park.Midfielder McCarthy sat out last Saturday’s loss to Burnley due to a hamstring problem.last_img

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